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Due to Hurricane Ida, we must temporarily relocate. We are temporarily moving to Centenary United Methodist Church, 108 N. Union Street (corner of Union & Jefferson), Lambertville, NJ 08530.
Delaware Valley Food Pantry
Delaware Valley Food Pantry is the largest and longest serving food pantry in the Lambertville/New Hope region – feeding families since 1955. The pantry helps over 1,000 people a month who are in need of food. We are staffed entirely by volunteers and supported by the community and donations. Our devoted team of volunteers offers a warm welcome to all who walk through our door.
How You Can Help
Learn about the various options to help Delaware Valley Food Pantry with donations.
- DVFP Thanks Donors for Helping Homeless Flood VictimsThe Delaware Valley Food Pantry Board wishes to thank all of the donors that gave so generously to aid the people rendered homeless by the flood on September 1. Due to their generosity, the Delaware Valley Food Pantry Board was able to donate $50,000 to the Lambertville Emergency Fund. With these funds, each of the families that lost their homes at the VillageContinue reading “DVFP Thanks Donors for Helping Homeless Flood Victims”
- Hurricane IdaSenator Cory Booker Visits DVFP After Hurricane Ida Devastates Lambertville Thank you to Senator Cory Booker for visiting Delaware Valley Food Pantry yesterday during his tour of Lambertville after the storm. Beginning Wednesday, September 8th, due to electrical issues from the flood, Delaware Valley Food Pantry will be temporarily relocating (during normal pantry hours). Due to our temporary move, we are not takingContinue reading “Hurricane Ida”
- 11 Year-old Shows Us the True Spirit of GivingAn 11 year-old boy from New Hope, James Morwald, wrote a letter to his New Hope neighbors saying he wanted to collect donations for Delaware Valley Food Pantry. And boy did James rise to the occasion! James, his brother, and his mom showed up at the food pantry with an entire SUV full of groceries. In this photo, James gives a big thumbContinue reading “11 Year-old Shows Us the True Spirit of Giving”
- Holiday Gift DriveBucks County Herald, December 17, 2020 Local pantry holds impromptu and inspiring gift drive
Become a Volunteer
We are always looking for volunteers to help with the operations and administration of the food pantry. Ideal candidates must have a sincere appreciation for all people – that is who we serve. We need people willing to devote the time to carry out their responsibilities.
As we grow, our volunteer needs have also grown. In addition to needing volunteers that help our clients shop in the pantry, we also need drivers, movers, and stockers. We also seek help in other areas that include writing, social media, publicity, statistics, accounting, and fundraising.
Generally volunteers work 2-5 hours per week. Some volunteer positions may be done remotely. If you would like to volunteer, please fill out the Delaware Valley Food Pantry Volunteer Application.
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Delaware Valley Food Pantry.